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    Very important - all Ontario providers

    Please check out www.cicpo.ca! The FAQ sheet regarding Bill 10 has been approved by the Ministry and posted on CICPO's site.

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    ???? No. You can have 5 children total, including your own under age 6.

    If you have a 4 or 5yo child of your own in FDK, you only have to count them during summer holidays AS LONG AS you only have one child under age 2 in care, including any of your own.

    Right now, dckids ages 10 and up don't count. Under the new rules they will. So any 10,11 or 12yo child you had in care BEFORE Dec. 4/2014 will not count until Aug. 2017, essentially giving these older children ALREADY in care time to "age out" of needing daycare.

    ALL providers are limited to 2 under 2, including their own children.

    The exceptions ONLY apply to children who were in care PRIOR to Dec. 4/2014 (the day of Royal Assent, when the Bill passed into law). You have to be in compliance with all of the above rules by the end of THIS August, 2015. Your own children do NOT count until Jan. 1/2016. Any children under 2 that you had in care before Dec. 2014 are grandfathered until Jan. 2016 as well. So if you had 3 1-year-olds in care before Dec. of last year, you are allowed to keep them all, assuming at least one turns 2 before January. BUT if you've taken on any new one-year-olds since Dec, they are NOT grandfathered in and you must only have 2 under 2 by Aug. 2015.

    The only thing that is left until 2017 is the older children (ages 10+) that were already in care prior to Dec. 2014. All the other rules (counting your own under 6, the FDK exemption, and 2 under 2) all come into effect Aug. 31st 2015, so next month, OR Jan. 2016, when it comes to your own kids and under 2's that were in care prior to last Dec.

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    ????? Which post are you responding to?

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    jodaycare, it looks like it's been deleted. Somebody had posted saying "so in Aug. 2017 you can only have one child under 2?" which I was trying to clear up.

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    Oh ok, i was confused ��

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